Trey Songz

New Music: Trey Songz – ‘Sensational’


Trey Songz serenades his lady on his new song “Sensational,” which he released for his fans via his Angel Network. The R&B charmer sings in a falsetto on the breezy tune, perfect for playing while you’re with that special someone on a summery night.

If you’re in New Orleans this weekend, you can catch Trey performing at the Essence Music Festival on Saturday.

Check out Tremaine’s sweet serenade below.

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Trey Songz Honored by Recording Academy

Trey Songz and mother

Trey Songz celebrated a career milestone when he was honored at the New York Chapter Recording Academy Honors 2013 earlier this week. His proud mother looked on as he was presented with his award by manager and mentor Kevin Liles, while Ne-Yo saluted him with a cover of “Can’t Be Friends.”

“Stood amongst legends tonight. Truly grateful,” tweeted a humble Trey, who joined fellow honorees Valerie Simpson and Melissa Etheridge at the VIP reception.

Next up, Trey will perform at the Essence Music Festival over the Fourth of July weekend and will star in the upcoming romantic comedy Baggage Claim.

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New Music: Juicy J f/ Wale & Trey Songz – ‘Bounce It’

Bounce It

Juicy J has no plans on giving up his crown. Following “Bandz a Make Her Dance” and “Show Out,” the king of the strip clubs gives the strippers another anthem to twerk to with his new single “Bounce It.”

He recruits Trey Songz, who “throws a couple thousands” on the hook, and Wale, who keeps the cheeks clapping with his guest verse. Juicy gets high on molly, doobie, and codeine before retiring to his hotel room.

His debut Stay Trippy is due this summer featuring Wiz Khalifa, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, The Weeknd, Trey Songz, Young Jeezy, and Big Sean.

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New Music: Sean Garrett f/ Trey Songz & Future – ‘Twilight Zone’

Twilight Zone

Sean Garrett has been working behind the scenes, producing for Brandy and Mindless Behavior, but he returns to the mic with his new single “Twilight Zone.” The Pen calls on a rapping Trey Songz and an Auto-Tuned Future for the freaky record, which is set to appear on his Gangsta Grillz mixtape, The Inkwell 2, tentatively due in July.

“Yes, we back again with another song of the summer,” Garrett told Billboard. “This time more conceptual, sexy, moody, street, and club—that both the DJs and the ladies are gonna love.”

A video was shot earlier this week in L.A. Step into the “Twilight Zone” below.

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New Music: T-Pain f/ Juicy J & Trey Songz – ‘Bad Bitches Link Up’

Stoicville: The Phoenix

T-Pain toasts to the independent chicks on “Bad Bitches Link Up,” the new single off his upcoming album Stoicville: The Phoenix. He gets some help from strip club king Juicy J and Trey Songz, who raps on the Auto-Tuned club banger. Raise a glass to this.

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Bridget Kelly Celebrates Birthday with Jay-Z, Rita Ora, and Melanie Fiona

Bridget Kelly and Jay-Z

The Roc was in the building as Bridget Kelly celebrated her 27th birthday at the 40/40 Club in New York City last night. Friends and family came out to party with the “Special Delivery” singer, including her boss Jay-Z, mother, and fellow Roc girls Rita Ora and Melanie Fiona. Trey Songz, Adrienne Bailon, Timbaland, and Ne-Yo sipped D’USSE cocktails and snacked on red velvet cake.

“Love my boo ritaora too much fun last night,” tweeted Bridget, who posed for a photo with her labelmate.

Bridget’s debut is due later this year featuring Shea Taylor, Jerry Wonda, Ne-Yo, The-Dream, and Kendrick Lamar, who appears on the single “Street Dreamin.’”

See more pics of Bridget celebrating with her Roc Nation familia.

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Video: Trey Songz – ‘Fumble’

Trey Songz

Trey Songz sings from the heart in the emotional video for “Fumble,” the tender ballad off last year’s Chapter V. The R&B crooner pens an apology to his lady for not being the man she deserved.

“I could have loved you so much better and I can’t believe you never walked out,” he sings as he travels around the world regretting his decisions.

“It’s basically a song about having the one person that’ll do whatever for you, the one person that’ll go to the end of the world and back, and you not realizing it until it’s damn near too late,” Trey told Billboard. “It’s essentially about having someone’s heart in your hands and dropping it.”

See him own up to his mistakes in the black-and-white clip.

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